The trampoline park has teamed up with Greenacre Sports Partnership to organise a series of sessions, run by qualified coaches, for schools across the borough.
Hundreds of pupils from 12 local schools have already experienced free trampolining sessions at Flip Out and the next one is set to take place later this month.
During the sessions, pupils can enjoy an introduction to trampolining with a Flip Out coach. There will also be advice available for teachers on how to access funding to incorporate trampolining into PE lessons and guidance on using Flip Out as a venue for after school clubs.
Vikki Bell of Greenacre Sports Partnership, said: “I would like to see pupils being offered access to a wider range of sports through schools, whether that is through PE lessons or after school clubs.
“Flip Out has excellent facilities for hosting off site PE lessons. These sessions offer a perfect introduction to trampolining for young people and they also provide a great opportunity for teachers to gain advice on how to access the national funding that is available.”
Flip Out Chatham, which was opened just six months ago by Sports Minister and Kent MP Tracey Crouch, features 70 interlinked trampolines. There is also a 7m tumble track, a foam pit, a free running area, a zone for the under 5s and a relaxing cafe, which overlooks Chatham Maritime Marina.
Schools interested in experiencing a trampolining session at Flip Out Chatham should contact Mark McGill at email@example.com.
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"We plan to hold regular taster sessions to give pupils across Medway a chance to experience trampolining. Making exercise enjoyable is a great way to encourage young people to keep fit for life."
Director of Flip Out Chatham, Mark McGill